|ideer till kaffet 2005 04 12.mov - bitlab malmö|
At this Ideas and Coffee (Idéer till kaffet) [I]ngemar and [K]ristian talk about the forthcoming migration of bitlab malmö from Blogger to Quills/Plone.
Keywords: Quills; Plone
|Collective MetaNav Walkthru - Brian Gershon|
A walkthru of the Collective MetaNav Plone interface and how to create/modify navigation hierarchy and navigation items.
Keywords: plone metanav
|Collective MetaNav Overview - Brian Gershon|
Overview of Collective MetaNav product for Plone 2.5 and Plone 3.0
Keywords: plone metanav
|How to add images at bitlab malmö - bitlab malmö|
Instructional movie about adding images and links in Plone.
Keywords: plone; bitlab; instant vlog
|Plone Conference 2006: Why Plone? Confessions of an NGO - ONE/Northwest and the Plone Community|
A look at how Oxfam GB chose Plone as its content management system. Andrew Hatton's talk includes: * Oxfam GB's overall vision for the project * Comparing Plone to the competition * Behind the scenes of Oxfam evaluation process * The road to implementation * Contributions Oxfam made to Plone along the way This talk was originally presented at Plone Conference 2006 in Seattle, WA. Download supporting presentation materials for (most) conference talks.
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; oxfam
|Software and Community in the Early 21st Century - ONE/Northwest & The Plone Community|
Eben Moglen's keynote address, titled "Software and Community in the Early 21st Century" presented at Plone Conference 2006 on October 25, 2006 in Seattle, WA. In this inspiring lecture, Professor Moglen weaves together the industrial revolution, the knowledge economy, the free software movement, the One Laptop Per Child project and the long struggle for human dignity and equality. Eben Moglen is Chairman of the Software Freedom Law Center, Professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia Universi...
Keywords: open source; eben moglen; plone; plone conference; politics; free software
Downloads: 8,242 (1 review)
|Introducing Plone - Sean Kelly|
This audio/visual presentation teaches the basics of logging in and adding content to a Plone web site. It's intended to be one of a series of videos assisting first-time users and those considering Plone as a content management solution. The QuickTime version uses the H.264 codec and plays back with either Apple QuickTime (Mac OS X and Windows) or VLC (many platforms). The DivX version plays back with VLC (many platforms)...
Keywords: plone; python; CMS; screencast; screencast; python; content
Downloads: 239,418 (1 review)
|Editing with Plone - Sean Kelly|
How to use the Plone content management system to edit both images and text on a portal, screecast-style. Demonstrates Plone's built-in image manipulation as well as rich text editing capabilities.
Keywords: Plone; python; CMS; screencast; editing; images; text
|Plone Conference 2006: Dive Into PAS - The Plone Community|
Wichert Akkerman's tutorial from Plone Conference 2006. Plone 2.5 switched to a new authentication system: GRUF has been replaced with the Pluggable Authentication System (PAS). PAS is a highly modular system, making it possible to support (combinations of) all kinds of different authentication and membership management systems. This tutorial explains the interfaces PAS offers to implementers and users and demonstrates them by implementing a number of different PAS plugins...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; PAS; authentication; wichert akkerman
Downloads: 658 (4 reviews)
|Plone Conference 2006: A Sneak Peek at Plone 3.0 - The Plone Community|
Alexander Limi's talk from Plone Conference 2006. Plone co-founder Alexander Limi discusses features from the next major release of Plone. This talk was originally presented at Plone Conference 2006 in Seattle, WA. Download supporting presentation materials for (most) conference talks.
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; alexander limi
|Top 20 Plone Pitfalls -- And How To Avoid Them - The Plone Community|
Stefan Holek's talk from Plone Conference 2006. "Stefan presents 20 of the most common pitfalls and misconceptions in Plone development. Plone is a complex system, and it takes some time and experience to use it right. Over the years, Stefan has compiled a list of issues that have come up again and again on the Plone-users mailing list and the #Plone IRC channel. This talk will teach you how to avoid mistakes made by countless Plonistas before you, putting you on the fast-track to Plone Zen." Th...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; software development; stefan holek
|Plone Conference 2006: High Performance Plone - The Plone Community|
Joel Burton's tutorial from Plone Conference 2006. Plone's rich interface and deep customization provide excellent features for modern web sites. However, without planning and tuning, Plone sites can generate every part of every page, every time, causing slowness. There are excellent built-in features for speeding Plone sites up tremendously, however, with little or no loss of freshness or customization...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; performance; joel burton
|Plone Conference 2006: Repeatable Deployments Using Buildouts - The Plone Community|
Chris McDonough's talk from Plone Conference 2006. You can benefit by writing a set of 'buildout' scripts which put together all the right code such as Zope, third-party products, and your own application code in a repeatable way. You can get people up and running quickly with a Zope/Plone environment as they join your development team or as you need to roll out new production systems. This talk covers: * Understanding the repeatable deployment religion...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open source; content management systems; software; buildouts; Chris McDonough
|Plone Conference 2006: b-org: Creating Content Types the Plone 2.5 Way - The Plone Community|
Martin Aspeli's tutorial from Plone Conference 2006. Plone 2.5 brings us closer to the promised land of Zope 3. Some of the concepts of Zope 3 may feel alien, but they can give real benefits, today, if applied correctly. Learning how to build application in a pure Zope 3 environment is important and rewarding, and many such applications can be integrated with Plone relatively easily, even now. This talk focuses on how to apply the patterns of Zope 3 and leverage the new infrastructure that Plone...
Keywords: plone; open-source; plone conference; software; content management systems; martin aspeli; b-org
|Plone Conference 2006: Membrane and Remember: Advanced Member Management in Plone 2.5 - The Plone Community|
Rob Miller's talk from Plone Conference 2006. The underlying user authentication infrastructure has completely changed with the switch from GRUF to PAS in the latest Plone release. As a result, CMFMember, a widely used tool that allows for more sophisticated member management within Plone 2.1 and earlier, no longer works with Plone 2.5. Have no fear, however. There are a couple of new products, one called membrane and one called remember, that are providing all of the functionality of CMFMember ...
Keywords: plone; open-source; software; content management systems; membrane; remember; rob miller; plone conference
|Plone Conference 2006: Versioning At Last - The Plone Community|
Alec Mitchell's talk from Plone Conference 2006. CMFEditions is being integrated into Plone 3.0. This talk provides an in depth preview of this highly anticipated product and the end-user functionality it offers, including: * saving and retrieval of versions * versioning policies * retrieval and storage modifiers and their uses * showing changes between revisions. It is a mostly non-technical presentation of the functionality being offered (with the exception of the discussion of modifiers and a...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; versioning; alec mitchell
|Plone Conference 2006: Introducing the Relational Alchemist - The Plone Community|
Kapil Thangavelu's talk from Plone Conference 2006. The growing number of open-source stacks for Web 2.0, such as Django, Rails, and others, all make putting rich interfaces on relational databases child's play, utilizing the active record pattern and AJAX libraries, and without writing any SQL for basic CRUD functionality. Zope and Plone have traditionally been limited in their access to relational databases, typically writing SQL queries against a database adapters as their middle tier...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; databases; kapil thangavelu
|Plone Conference 2006: The World of Plone - The Plone Community|
Paul Everitt's talk from Plone Conference 2006. In this talk, Paul Everitt, 2007 President of the Plone Foundation, talks about the past, present and future of the Plone community.
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open source; software; content management systems; paul everitt
|Plone Conference 2006: Multimedia and Podcasting With Plone - The Plone Community|
Nate Aune's talk from Plone Conference 2006. With the growing demand for rich multimedia content such as podcasts and video, it's becoming more important to provide a way to author and deliver this content on your website. Plone out-of-the-box does not handle multimedia content very effectively, but with the addition of the PloneMultimedia package, you can add audio, video and photos to your site and generate podcasts to more efficiently distribute this content to your audience...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open source; software; content management systems; multimedia; podcasting; nate aune
|Plone Conference 2006: 100 Hours or Less: Creating a Scope of Work for a Simple Plone Website - The Plone Community|
Patrick Shaw's talk from Plone Conference 2006. NPower Seattle adopted Plone as a standard platform for creating simple yet scalable websites for the local nonprofit community. During this session we share our learnings regarding: * How to create an effective scope of work * How to approach a start from scratch website scope * How to approach a “convert to Plone” website project * The various technical roles involved in implementing the site * Tips, tricks and lessons learned This talk was o...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open-source; software; content management systems; project management; patrick shaw
|Plone Conference 2006: Adding Dynamicity to Plone with KSS - The Plone Community|
|Graduating from Spaghetti to Sushi: Plone for PHPers - The Plone Community|
Sean Kelly's talk from Plone Conference 2006. Has PHP failed you? Has sieve-like security and the tangled skein of HTML, SQL, and business logic (all within the same file) led to routine defacements, XSS attacks, and management screaming for solutions yesterday? In other words, are you ready to leave spaghetti behind and enjoy the order and elegance of sushi? Find joy in dynamic content-driven websites that embrace polymorphic ideologies, robust security, and effortless extensibility with agile ...
Keywords: plone; open-source; plone conference; software; content management systems; sean kelly; php
Downloads: 1,094 (1 review)
|Plone Conference 2006: Developing Plone Products With Zope 3 Technologies: An Introduction - The Plone Community|
Rocky Burt's tutorial from Plone Conference 2006. Plone developers are already productive and innovative. But the new Zope 3 component architecture, which is part of Plone 2.5 and above, makes it even easier and faster to build powerful add-on Products that are both manageable and reusable. This in-depth tutorial, suitable for folks who have some experience building add-on Products for Plone but are not yet comfortable with Zope 3, demonstrates how you can taking an existing Plone Product and re...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open source; content management systems; software; zope 3; Rocky Burt
|Plone Conference 2006: Sophisticated UML and Archetypes - The Plone Community|
Paul Showalter's tutorial from Plone Conference 2006 This tutorial will teach you how to use UML to design and build Plone sites. Of course, ArchGenXML and ArgoUML are central to my talk, but I also want to go beyond them in both directions, showing how UML can aid in quickly evaluating and fixing design, and how archetypes can quickly be skinned and used in real world environments. I want to showcase Archetypes in this talk, particularly the flexibility and power that they come with...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open source; content management systems; UML; archetypes; paul showalter
|Plone Conference 2006: What If Our Systems Could Do The Rest? - The Plone Community|
Bob Boiko's talk from Plone Conference 2006. What if, in addition to (or perhaps even instead of) managing content types, templates, and taxonomies, our CM systems managed stakeholders, goals, audiences, information, and publications. What if instead of simply automating Web site creation, our systems managed the full domain of issues involved in collecting and distributing information? Systems these days are quite good at making the details of CM easier, but are no help at all with the big pict...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open source; content management systems; software; Bob Boiko
|Getting Your Feet Wet with Plone - Sean Kelly|
A screencast showing how to install Plone and other components and a demonstration on creating custom content types for Plone. Note that I made an error in the presentation: I said "aggregation" when I should've said "composition" when drawing the relationship between "TimeLog" and "TimeEntry" classes. The QuickTime format file uses the H.264 codec, yet it's viewable with VLC (www.videolan.org) for those without access the QuickTime Player or equivalent.
Keywords: web; python; zope; plone; UML; object; publishing; ArchGenXML; ArgoUML
Downloads: 35,928 (2 reviews)
|Plone Conference 2006: REST in Peace! -- Zope 3, Plone, Web 2.0 ... and all that Jazz - The Plone Community|
Stefan Richter and Jodok Batlogg's talk from Plone Conference 2006. Stefan and Jodok talk about building RESTful APIs for Web 2.0 services. Plone, like many other Web frameworks, sometimes has trouble talking to other technology stacks. REST provides a very simple and standards-compliant method to communicate any data with other technologies. REST also allows Plone/Zope sites to communicate with each other more easily...
Keywords: plone; plone conference; open source; content management systems; software; REST; Web 2.0; Jodok Batlogg; Stefan Richter
|PMB014 Goodbye Girl: West Midlands Retro-Futuristic Pop (16/01/2011) - Project Moonbase|
On the show this week we celebrate the life of Broadcast's Trish Keenan who, quite unbelieveably, passed away on Friday. Broadcast were the epitome of retro-futurism and were doing "hauntology" a good decade or more before the term was coined. Their music sounded like it was recorded in a parallel splintered dimension of space crystals. Broadcast were also, in our humble opinion, the greatest of the plethora of bands exploring this sonic landscape which sprung up in the West Midlands in the mid-...
Keywords: project moonbase; retro; futuristic; retro-futuristic; podcast; broadcast; trish keenan; west midlands; plone; seeland; pram
|PMB058 Wind Up Toys: Plone, Toy, Vic Mars, Lullatone, Pascale Comelade, Pierre Bastien, Modified Toy Orchestra, Gannon, Raymond Scott, Klangverkstedet, Felix's Machines 04/12/2011() - Project Moonbase|
The release of the rather lovely new album by Japanese duo Lullatone (Soundtracks for Everyday Adventures) prompted us to seek out a selection of tracks either made with or inspired by toy instruments, clockwork machines and circuit bent toys. By a spooky coincidence another brand new release also fits into this week's show rather well, that being an album by Felix Thorn who builds his own instruments using wooden piano mechanisms, springs, and solenoids to create what MC Zirconium describes as ...
Keywords: project moonbase; retro; futuristic; retro-futuristic; podcast; plone; toy; vic mars; lullatone; pascale comelade; pierre bastien; modified toy orchestra; gannon; raymond scott; klangverkstedet; felix's machines
|Musica Elettronica - Grooveville|
SÃ©lection de musique Ã©lectronique - An electronic music selection by Grooveville
Keywords: Grooveville; funk; podcast; electronica; William; Stuckey; Plone; Klaus; Wunderlich; infonie; Jean-Jacques; Perrey; Pierre; henry; 9; lazy; tone; sauveur; mallia; xploding; plastix; casino; japan; piero; umiliani; ratatat; roger; joseph; manning jr; brian; reitzell; balado
|09NTC plenary: Eben Moglen|
Eben Moglen's keynote speech at the 2009 Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Fransico, CA. "Knowledge cannot and should not be owned. The notion that it can condemns certain segments of society to extinction...We can do everything we need to do in a way which is calculated to address the basic question of how we allow everyone to learn. The strongest tool we have for solving the problems caused by human intelligence is human intelligence." https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/09NTC_plenary:_Eben_Mo...
Keywords: 2009; non-profit; Eben Moglen; keynote; Q&A; Holly Ross; community; knowledge; Einstein; physics; Free Software; GNU/Linux; free access; public good; recycling; hardware recycling; e-waste; zero marginal cost; Robert Burns; 21st century; Bangalore; India; Thiruvananthapuram; owned knowledge; NDAA; Google; European Union; data protection; privacy; AdBlock Plus; Software Freedom Law Center; SFLC; financial crisis; ipod; iphone; Wi-Fi; Wi-Fi network; Raiser's Edge; cloud computing; gmail; NSA; Phil Zimmermann; PGP; GPG; Linus Torvalds; Richard Stallman; RMS; IBM; peers; server-client; masters; slaves; sharing; Rosa Luxemburg; From each according to his ability; Thomas Edison; National Public Radio; NPR; Watergate; Apple; Steve Jobs; Radix malorum est cupiditas; real estate; capitalism; Oscar Wilde; socialism; CMS; Joomla; Drupal; Plone; Microsoft; Intellectual property; Free speech; encryption; network operators; VoIP; Asterisk; public net; end-to-end proprietary networks; utilities